Amy Sweetman

founder of the Love Museum in Hollywood, and professor in the psychology department at LA City College

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Hollywood has a Museum of Death — and now a Love Museum. Its founder, a psychology professor, wants to help you understand love better.

Hollywood’s Love Museum is all fun and games, plus a little science

Hollywood has a Museum of Death — and now a Love Museum. Its founder, a psychology professor, wants to help you understand love better.

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